Did you know?

Hello Beauties,

Did you know that your body has it’s own clock? A lot of us don’t know this, which takes our whole system off track. When this happens you might experience bloating, constipation and stomach cramps. So today I want to talk about the patterns of eating. I’m going to explain what you should be eating at the proper times of the day.

Like with a car, you can’t put just any kind of gas or oil in it and expect it to function correctly. The same goes for our bodies, we have to watch what we put in it! Any time before noon you’re suppose to eat fruits and drink alkaline water such as shungite water or water with key lime and or tea. Doing this, your body is able to cleanse itself of waste, creating an alkaline environment. Following this diet you should experience a bowel movement every morning.

Starting at noon until around 3 pm you should eat vegetables. The vegetables will refresh your cells so that your body gets the minerals and nutrients it needs. This will help boost your energy for the day, no coffee needed! From around 3 pm to 8 pm you should eat more solid foods such as nuts, grains and seeds as the day dies down. You shouldn’t really eat after 8 pm because melatonin starts to kick in preparing your body for sleep mode.

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Being on this diet on this clock will help your body get on its original pattern, leading you to optimal health. Eating in this pattern is known as “The Laws of Eating in Rhythm” or “Eating Clean While in Rhythm”, there is a whole lot of info about it all over the internet. So it’s very important that we start to eat clean while being in rhythm, I hope I’ve been helpful. Please check back later for more health tips!

Healthy diet = Healthy skin

Hello!

Yesterday we talked about how water intake is important for healthy, beautiful skin. Tonight I wanna talk more about how your diet can affect the skin. Some people experience acne even after taking steps to clear it up; such as face washes, face masks  ect. Well, your diet could be the culprit! Processed foods, junk foods, food that have hydrogenated fats and food with high glycemic index are few examples.

After doing research, I have come to find that there are foods that promote healthy skin. Such as, carrots for glow, sunflower seeds to fight acne, kiwi for wrinkles, walnuts for dry skin and dark chocolate for rough skin. Not only is a healthy diet beneficial for the skin but as well as your overall health! So lets do this together! Go to your local super market a pick up some healthy food to benefit your skin.

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Incorporate more veggies, nuts, seeds, grains and fish( sardines, salmon, tuna) in your diet. Even try to cut back on dairy as much as you can (if you’re really a milk lover try to substitute cows milk with almond milk and thank me later)! I’ll frequently post health advice, tips, regimens and potions, come check back later! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.